Brian Toolan, Sr. Director of Public Sector Industries, Everbridge

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Wednesday, March 10, 2021 | 11:00 AM ET

In the COVID-19 era, 90% of the workforce is mobile, and teams, often distributed across locations, have embraced peer-to-peer collaboration as a standard model of workplace operations. Communications presented to and experienced by employees can either add to or take away from an effective transition back to the workplace.

When we start to bring employees back into the offices how do we ensure their safety and a smooth transition back to work? Join us to learn about:

  • Creating a successful communications framework for business continuity
  • Building communications into your business continuity plan
  • How emergency communication plans can save $15,000 per employee annually*


*According to ROI Communication Benchmark 2017, inefficient communications are still estimated to waste $15,000 per employee annually.

About the speaker

brian-toolan-headshot-150x150.pngIn 2020 Mr. Toolan was named the Sr. Director of Public Sector for Everbridge. In this role, Mr. Toolan is focused on serving the global public sector. Brian Toolan came to Everbridge in 2016 as the Technical Account Manager overseeing the full statewide deployment of the Everbridge platform across the State of Florida. Mr. Toolan was a trusted partner and resource for the State, Counties, and Local officials during several hurricanes being embedded in the State Emergency Operations Center to provide technical assistance with the public warning messages. In 2019 Mr. Toolan was presented an award by the Florida Emergency Preparedness Association for his dedication to serving the State Emergency Management Community in Florida. 

Prior to coming to Everbridge, Mr. Toolan served as the Operations Chief for the State of Connecticut in the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, State Emergency Operations Center. Mr. Toolan led the state’s emergency response to major statewide emergencies both natural and man-made.

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